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Aaron Swartz: Magic Universe January 20, 2013 (4.8MB)
Aaron Swartz: Emerald Planet January 20, 2013 (2.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Surviving Armageddon January 20, 2013 (2.7MB)
Aaron Swartz: Global Catastrophes Introduction January 20, 2013 (2.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: March of Unreason January 20, 2013 (1.9MB)
Aaron Swartz: Power Sex Suicide January 20, 2013 (3.4MB)
Aaron Swartz: End of the World Guide January 20, 2013 (8.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Post colonialism Introduction January 20, 2013 (18.9MB)
Aaron Swartz: Oxford Dictionary of Slang January 20, 2013 (17.5MB)
Considering your commendable activity of posting the "Aaron Swartz:"-links, perhaps it'd also be useful to link to these two: -
MIT OpenCourseWare (@MITOCW) - URL = ocw.mit.edu... - launched 2002 - includes material from MIT - free/open access - en.wikipedia.org... -
Coursera (@coursera) - URL = www.coursera.org... - launched April 2012 - includes material from Stanford, Princeton, Georgia Tech, many more - free/open access, but Coursera is commercial/for-profit and VC-funded; one of the investors is cited as "people will pay for 'valuable, premium services'" - en.wikipedia.org...
NY Times Covers Aaron Swartz Persecution January 21, 2013
Aaron Swartz: The Idea of the State January 22, 2013 (2.0MB)
Aaron Swartz: Modern Signal Processing January 22, 2013 (6.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Punishment Historical Perspective January 22, 2013 (1.8MB)
Aaron Swartz: Corporations and Citizenship January 22, 2013 (1.1MB)
Aaron Swartz: Capitalism, Democracy, Welfare January 22, 2013 (2.3MB)
Aaron Swartz: Human Rights Law v. Armed Forces January 22, 2013 (1.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Trust and Rule January 22, 2013 (869KB)
Aaron Swartz: Can Might Make Rights? January 22, 2013 (2.0MB)
Aaron Swartz: Legality in a Time of Emergency January 22, 2013 (1.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Law, Infrastructure, Human Rights January 22, 2013 (1.5MB)
Aaron Swartz: Choosing to Die January 22, 2013 (940KB)
Alleged Downloads by Aaron Swartz Series January 22, 2013
The FBI concluded its investigation and the PACER case was closed. No crime had been committed so there was apparently no further need to investigate Swartz. If only U.S Attorney Ortiz had taken the same reasonable stance.
Aaron Swartz’s FBI File
The White House directed federal agencies on Friday to make the results of federally-funded research freely available to the public within one year of publication. The new policy came after more than 65,000 people signed a petition asking for expanded public access to the results of studies paid for by taxpayers.
White House Grants Aaron Swartz's Wish: Taxpayer-Funded Research Will Be Free